The 360-degree camera Kodak unveiled at Photokina 2016 is now available to buy in the US. The PixPro Orbit360 is a rugged, compact action camera with a pair of 20MP sensors, one on the front and the other on the back, joining by two curved 155-degree and 235-degree lenses, a microSD slot for storage, a 1" LCD, and an included selfie stick (depending on bundle).

JK Imaging, the company behind the camera, designed the PixPro Orbit360 to be rugged for outdoor use. The camera has an IP6X dustproof equivalency, an IPX5 splashproof equivalency, a shockproof design able to withstand drops from 2m / 6.6ft when using the lens cover, and the camera is also freeze-proof to temperatures as low as -10C / 14F.

The PixPro offers users three recording modes: a fully 360-degree spherical mode, a 235-degree 'dome' mode, and a 197-degree 4K Ultra-Wide mode. It works with a related mobile app (Android | iOS) that makes it possible to directly upload the PixPro's videos to YouTube and Facebook.

The camera's full specs sheet is available here.

The Orbit360 is being sold in the US through the Kodak PixPro website and through It $500 USD in the "Adventure Pack" (arriving later this year) and $550 USD for the "Satellite Pack" (available now). The Satellite Pack includes some accessories not included with the Adventure Pack, such as the aforementioned selfie stick.